Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Wizard World Partners with ComicBooks for Kids! for Upcoming Chicago Event

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Attendees at the upcoming 2019 Wizard World Chicago will have the opportunity to donate to children in hospitals and cancer centers, thanks to Wizard World’s partnership with ComicBooks for Kids!

Wizard World is asking fans to bring child-appropriate graphic novels, comics, science fiction books or any other similar reading materials to the convention, which will be held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center from August 22 through August 25. There will be specially marked donation receptacles near the Special Guest Registration desk.

As a thank you, fans who donate two or more items to ComicBooks For Kids! during Wizard World Chicago will receive a free pre-autographed celebrity photo from a selection of previous Wizard World guests. These photographs are available to fans on a first-come, first-served basis while supply lasts, one per family donation per day, at the full discretion of Wizard World.

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Jason Momoa (Aquaman, Justice League), Gotham stars Ben McKenzie, Morena Baccarin and Drew Powell, Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Stranger Things), Henry Winkler (Happy Days, Barry), Chris Sarandon (The Princess Bride, Nightmare Before Christmas) and Daniel Cudmore (X-Men, The Twilight Saga) are among the early wave of celebrities scheduled to attend the 22nd annual event.

For more information on the exciting 2019 Wizard World Chicago, visit Wizard World’s website here.

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